Families and Schools Together

An academic childcare collaborative serving families attending Wake County Public Schools.

New Initiative Launched to Support Working Families During Remote Learning

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Families and Schools Together

Familias y Escuelas Unidas

La iniciativa Families and Schools Together” – (FAST) (Familias y Escuelas Unidas) se esfuerza por reunir a los colaboradores de la comunidad para ayudar a abordar la crisis de cuidado de niños que enfrenta nuestra comunidad. FAST es una colaboración del Sistema de Escuelas Públicas del Condado Wake (WCPSS), la asociación WakeEd Partnership, y los proveedores de cuidado de niños fuera del horario escolar y las organizaciones comunitarias del Condado Wake.

El objetivo principal de FAST es asegurar que todas las familias del Condado Wake tengan apoyo para el aprendizaje remoto durante el día laboral. Estos centros de aprendizaje, organizados en grupos pequeños y con distanciamiento social, estarán dotados de personal que proporcionarán actividad física y también oportunidades de aprendizaje ampliado. Más específicamente, FAST provee:

  • Un entorno académico de calidad (salón tranquilo, espacios de trabajo con distanciamiento social para los estudiantes, acceso al internet y personal adulto capacitado para supervisar)
  • Asistencia financiera o programas de tarifa reducida para las familias que necesitan ayuda
  • Recreación/actividad física
  • Actividades de aprendizaje ampliado (ejemplos incluyen: aprendizaje de habilidades sociales y emocionales, STEM, arte, desarrollo de liderazgo, desarrollo de carácter, etc.)
  • Cumplimiento con todas las pautas locales, estatales y federales para el cuidado seguro de los niños durante el COVID-19          

The Families and Schools Together (FAST) Initiative strives to bring community partners together to help address the childcare crisis facing our community. FAST is a collaboration of the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS), WakeEd Partnership, and key out of school time childcare providers and community organizations in Wake County.

FAST’s primary goal is to ensure that all families in Wake County have support for remote learning during the work day, these staffed small-group and socially distanced learning centers will provide physical activity and extended learning opportunities as well. More specifically, FAST provides:

  • A quality, academic environment (quiet room, socially-distanced student workspaces, internet access, trained staff/adult to monitor)
  • Financial assistance or reduced rate programs for families who need assistance
  • Recreation/physical activity
  • Extended learning activities (examples include: Social Emotional Learning, STEM, Art, Leadership Development, Character Development, etc.)
  • Adherence to all local, state and federal guidelines for safe childcare during COVID-19

FAST LEAD PARTNERS

FAST REMOTE LEARNING PARTNERS

FAST COMMUNITY PARTNERS

FAST SUPPORTERS

Remote Learning Programs

Programas de Aprendizaje Remoto

Si usted es una familia que busca un programa para apoyar el tiempo de aprendizaje remoto de su estudiante, usted puede ver todas las opciones disponibles a continuación. Las organizaciones de todo el Condado Wake han trabajado en conjunto para asegurar que haya lugares convenientes para la mayoría de las familias y que los programas sean asequibles. Todas las organizaciones ofrecen asistencia financiera.

If you are a family looking for a program to support your child’s remote learning time, you can view all available options below. Organizations across Wake County have worked together to ensure that there are locations convenient to most families and that programs are affordable. All organizations offer financial assistance.

YMCA of the Triangle Scholastic Support Centers

Centros de Apoyo Escolar del Triángulo de YMCA

Los Centros de Apoyo Escolar de YMCA son un lugar donde sus estudiantes de los grados K a 8 pueden ir a participar en sus clases de la escuela en línea o de la Academia Virtual. El programa se ofrece ya sea de lunes a viernes de 7:30 a.m. a 3:30 p.m. con una opción de día extendido para aquellos que necesitan cuidado de día completo, o como un programa de día completo de 7:30 a.m. a 6 p.m. Las horas varían según el lugar, y los horarios exactos pueden variar dependiendo de las políticas de asistencia de los estudiantes del sistema escolar.

Sitios: 

*Los sitios que se indican a continuación son los actuales. La organización YMCA está dispuesta a añadir más sitios en las iglesias locales y centros comunitarios según sea necesario.

A.E. Finley YMCA | 9216 Baileywick Road | Raleigh, NC 27615

Alexander Family YMCA | 1603 Hillsborough Street | Raleigh, NC 27605

Apex Baptist Church | 110 S Salem Street | Apex, NC 27502

Camp Kanata | 13524 Camp Kanata Road | Wake Forest, NC 27587

Kerr Family YMCA | 2500 Wakefield Pines Drive | Raleigh, NC 27614

Knightdale Recreation Center | 101 Lawson Ridge Road | Knightdale, NC 27545

Kraft Family YMCA | 8921 Holly Springs Road | Apex, NC 27539

Lifepointe Church, Cary, NC | 590 Westhigh Street | Cary, NC 27513

New Hope Baptist Church | 4301 Louisburg Road | Raleigh, NC 27604

Northwest Cary YMCA | 6903 Carpenter Fire Station Road | Cary, NC 27519

Poole Family YMCA| 2110 Aversboro Road | Garner, NC 27529

Providence Baptist Church | 6339 Glenwood Avenue | Raleigh, NC 27612

Southeast Raleigh YMCA | 1436 Rock Quarry Road | Raleigh, NC 27610

Taylor Family YMCA | 101 YMCA Drive | Cary, NC 27513

Zebulon Community Center | 301 South Arendell Avenue | Zebulon, NC 27597

YMCA Scholastic Support Centers are a place where your K –8 students can go to participate in their online school or Virtual Academy classes. The program is offered either Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. with an extended day option for those who need full-day care, or as a full-day program from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Hours vary by location, and exact times may vary depending on school system student attendance policies.

Locations: 

*The locations listed below are the current locations. The YMCA is prepared to add additional locations in local churches and community centers as needed.

A.E. Finley YMCA | 9216 Baileywick Road | Raleigh, NC 27615

Alexander Family YMCA | 1603 Hillsborough Street | Raleigh, NC 27605

Apex Baptist Church | 110 S Salem Street | Apex, NC 27502

Camp Kanata | 13524 Camp Kanata Road | Wake Forest, NC 27587

Kerr Family YMCA | 2500 Wakefield Pines Drive | Raleigh, NC 27614

Knightdale Recreation Center | 101 Lawson Ridge Road | Knightdale, NC 27545

Kraft Family YMCA | 8921 Holly Springs Road | Apex, NC 27539

Lifepointe Church, Cary, NC | 590 Westhigh Street | Cary, NC 27513

New Hope Baptist Church | 4301 Louisburg Road | Raleigh, NC 27604

Northwest Cary YMCA | 6903 Carpenter Fire Station Road | Cary, NC 27519

Poole Family YMCA| 2110 Aversboro Road | Garner, NC 27529

Providence Baptist Church | 6339 Glenwood Avenue | Raleigh, NC 27612

Southeast Raleigh YMCA | 1436 Rock Quarry Road | Raleigh, NC 27610

Taylor Family YMCA | 101 YMCA Drive | Cary, NC 27513

Zebulon Community Center | 301 South Arendell Avenue | Zebulon, NC 27597

Register: Click here for more information and to register.

City of Raleigh Recreation and Education Centers

Centros de Recreación y Educación de la Ciudad de Raleigh

Las actividades de Recreation and Education Centers – (REC) [Centros de Recreación y Educación] incluirán artes y manualidades, juegos activos y tranquilos, actividades al aire libre, actividad física, películas, cartas y juegos de mesa, y otras actividades. Se designará un tiempo durante el día para que cada niño participe en aprendizaje remoto, tiempo digital y/o una actividad tranquila.

Los participantes serán asignados a un grupo, llamado “Household (hogar), a su llegada al centro. Cada Household estará limitado a 15 participantes o menos y será asignado a una base.  Las actividades han sido modificadas para que cualquier equipo compartido sea usado sólo por un Household o desinfectado entre el uso del Household y el contacto del grupo se limitará a no más de dos Household. Los lugares con gimnasios serán espacios compartidos que permitirán oportunidades de recreación activa en el interior durante el día. Los Household podrán alternar el uso de la base y los espacios del gimnasio. El tiempo al aire libre se programará con la mayor frecuencia posible, si el clima lo permite. Esto incluye el uso de las áreas de picnic o espacios exteriores para las comidas y las actividades. El uso de los servicios exteriores del programa será consistente con las pautas federales, estatales y locales. Se proporcionarán pausas para ir al baño en grupo y pausas individuales.

Sitios:

Lugares y Personal de los programas para los Grados K a 5

  • Barwell Road Community Center*
  • Biltmore Hills Community Center
  • Brier Creek Community Center
  • Jaycee Community Center
  • Laurel Hills Community Center*
  • Berry O’Kelly/Harveleigh White at Method/Pioneer Community Center
  • Millbrook Exchange/Anne Gordon Centers
  • Roberts Park Community Center*
  • Worthdale Community Center

Sitios de Programas y Personal para los Grados 6 a 8

  • Saint Monica Teen Center/Tarboro Road Community Center
  • Peach Road Neighborhood Center
  • Eastgate Neighborhood Center

*Raleigh Parks apoya a nuestra comunidad a través de centros que sirven como lugares para la votación temprana. Los centros con asteriscos serán sedes de la votación temprana este otoño, y el programa REC se trasladará a una instalación cercana durante las semanas del 12 de octubre, del 19 de octubre, del 26 de octubre y del 2 de noviembre. Es posible que se necesiten lugares adicionales para organizar la votación regular el día 3 de noviembre. Si se seleccionan lugares adicionales del programa REC para ser sedes de la votación regular, esos lugares cerrarán el 3 y el 4 de noviembre y las tarifas del programa REC se ajustarán para esa semana.

Recreation and Education Centers (REC) activities will include arts and crafts, active and quiet games, outdoor activities, physical activity, movies, cards and board games, and other activities. Time during the day will be designated for each participant to participate in remote learning, digital time and/or a quiet activity.

Participants will be assigned to a group, called a “household”, upon arrival at the center. Each household will be limited to 15 participants or less and will be assigned to a home base.  Activities have been modified so that any shared equipment will be used only by one household or sanitized between household use and group contact will be limited to no more than two households. Locations with gymnasiums will be shared spaces allowing for active indoor recreation opportunities during the day. Households may alternate use of home base and gym spaces. Outside time will be scheduled as frequently as possible, weather permitting. This includes using picnic shelters or outside spaces for meal times and activities. Program use of outdoor amenities will be consistent with federal, state and local guidance. Group bathroom breaks and individual breaks will be provided.

Locations:

Program Locations and Staff for Grades K-5

  • Barwell Road Community Center*
  • Biltmore Hills Community Center
  • Brier Creek Community Center
  • Jaycee Community Center
  • Laurel Hills Community Center*
  • Berry O’Kelly/Harveleigh White at Method/Pioneer Community Center
  • Millbrook Exchange/Anne Gordon Centers
  • Roberts Park Community Center*
  • Worthdale Community Center

Program Locations and Staff for Grades 6-8

  • Saint Monica Teen Center/Tarboro Road Community Center
  • Peach Road Neighborhood Center
  • Eastgate Neighborhood Center

*Raleigh Parks supports our community through centers serving as early voting locations. Starred sites will be hosting early voting this fall, and the REC program will relocate to a nearby facility for the weeks of Oct. 12, Oct. 19, Oct. 26, and Nov. 2. Additional sites may be needed to host regular voting on Nov. 3. If additional REC program locations are selected to host regular voting, those locations will close on Nov. 3 and Nov. 4 and the REC program fees will be pro-rated for that week. 

Register: Click here for more information and to register.

Boys & Girls Clubs Serving Wake County

Clubes Boys & Girls que sirven al Condado Wake

Boys & Girls Clubs que sirven al Condado Wake, pondrá a disposición nuestros servicios para los niños y los adolescentes a partir del lunes 17 de agosto. La mayoría de nuestras casas club operan de 7:30AM a 6PM de lunes a viernes con un énfasis en el apoyo a los miembros del club en el aprendizaje en línea o remoto cada día, así como proporcionar una oportunidad para que los niños y los adolescentes sean activos, se diviertan y se involucren en otras actividades estructuradas. Se proporcionará una comida caliente diaria en nuestros Clubes en Raleigh.

Nuestros clubes deben apoyar el esfuerzo enfocado para evitar que los niños y los adolescentes propaguen el virus a los adultos mayores de la comunidad. Nuestros clubes tienen en práctica muchas precauciones de seguridad y han estado siguiendo las pautas de los líderes locales de salud desde su reapertura el 6 de julio. La información sobre nuestras pautas de seguridad y bienestar será compartida con los padres cuando se inscriban en el programa del año escolar.

Los niños y adolescentes que deseen unirse a los Boys & Girls Clubs pagarán una cuota de membresía de $7.50 que vencerá el 31 de diciembre de 2020 y puede ser renovada para el año 2021. Los miembros actuales no renovarán su membresía hasta el 2021. El costo por día es $5 o $25 por semana. Hay becas disponibles si habla con el director de su Club. Ningún niño será rechazado por no poder pagar las cuotas. Para cualquier miembro del Club que llegue a su Club después de la 1PM, las cuotas diarias no se aplican ese día.

Los padres pueden encontrar más información y cómo inscribir a sus hijos en el programa del año escolar del Boys & Girls Club llamando a su club local. El espacio será limitado para cumplir con los requisitos de distanciamiento social, reuniones seguras y la proporción de miembros del Club con respecto al personal.

Sitios:

Raleigh Boys Club | 605 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 834-6281

Raleigh Girls Club | 701 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 821-9191

Washington Elementary Boys & Girls Club | 1000 Fayetteville St. 27601 | (919) 518-9609

Brentwood Boys & Girls Club | 2025 New Hope Church Rd. 27604 | (919) 790-8284

The Club – Teen Center | 721 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 250-3595

Zebulon Boys & Girls Club | 1320 Shepard School Rd. 27597 | (919) 404-1087

Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club | 325 S Wingate St. 27587 | (919) 556-7266

Administrative Office | 721 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 834-6282 

Boys & Girls Clubs serving Wake County will make our services available for children and teens beginning Monday, August 17th. Most of our Clubhouses will operate 7:30AM-6PM Monday through Friday with an emphasis on supporting Club Members on-line/remote learning each day, as well as providing a chance for children and teens to be active, have fun and get involved in other structured activities. A daily hot meal will be provided at our Clubs in Raleigh.

Our Clubs need to support the focused effort to keep children and teens from spreading the virus to older adults in the community. Our Clubs have many safety precautions in place and have been following the guidelines of local health leaders since reopening July 6th. Information on our safety and wellness guidelines will be shared with parents when signing up for the school year program.

Children and teens wishing to join the Boys & Girls Clubs will pay a $7.50 Membership Fee that will expire December 31, 2020 and can be renewed for 2021. Current Members will not renew their membership until 2021. Cost per day is $5 or $25 per week. Scholarships are available by speaking with your Club Director. No child will be turned away for inability to pay fees. For any Club Member entering their Club after 1PM the daily fees do not apply that day.

Parents can find out more information and how to sign your child(ren) up for the Boys & Girls Clubs school year program by calling your local Club. Space will be limited in order to follow mandates for social distancing, safe gatherings and ratios of Club Members to staff.

Locations:

Raleigh Boys Club | 605 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 834-6281

Raleigh Girls Club | 701 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 821-9191

Washington Elementary Boys & Girls Club | 1000 Fayetteville St. 27601 | (919) 518-9609

Brentwood Boys & Girls Club | 2025 New Hope Church Rd. 27604 | (919) 790-8284

The Club – Teen Center | 721 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 250-3595

Zebulon Boys & Girls Club | 1320 Shepard School Rd. 27597 | (919) 404-1087

Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club | 325 S Wingate St. 27587 | (919) 556-7266

Administrative Office | 721 N Raleigh Blvd. 27610 | (919) 834-6282 

Register: Click here for more information and to register.

Food Pantry: Every Friday, we host our Friday Family Food Pantry at our Teen Center location. Families are encouraged to come between 4:00pm-6:00pm to shop through and collect needed items for their family. Donations can be accepted between 8:30am-12:00pm at the same location. If you have any questions please contact Lindsey Doerr at ldoerr@wakebgc.org.

Marbles Learn & Play

Aprenda y Juegue en Marbles

A medida que el panorama del aprendizaje evoluciona, Marbles se compromete a servirle a usted y a sus hijos durante el año escolar 2020-2021 de formas nuevas y creativas. Nuestro objetivo es ayudar a apoyar las necesidades educativas de los niños durante esta época tan difícil, y al mismo tiempo ofrecerles experiencias de juego enriquecedoras, interacción social segura y actividad física para fomentar la salud y el bienestar general de los niños. Marbles está aquí para ayudar.

Los programas semanales de Marbles Learn & Play apoyarán a los estudiantes y a las familias con:

  • Un espacio académico para que los estudiantes participen en la instrucción remota en vivo. (Sólo para los programas de edad escolar).
  • El enriquecimiento del aprendizaje práctico basado en el juego en las salas de actividades
  • Juego libre imaginativo en las exposiciones del museo
  • Juego activo diario al aire libre
  • El programa Marbles Learn & Play (Aprenda y Juegue) se alinea con las pautas locales, estatales y del CDC para proporcionar una experiencia segura a los participantes y el personal
  • Opciones de Programa:
  • Medio día por la mañana de Learn and Play (Aprenda y Juegue) para los niños de edad preescolar, 8:00am a12:00pm: Un programa de medio día basado en el juego para niños de 3 y 4 años. Tamaño máximo del grupo: 10 campistas y dos consejeros.
  • Medio día por la mañana de Learn and Play para los niños de edad escolar, 8:00am a 12:00pm: Un programa de medio día para niños de 5 a 10 años. Tamaño máximo del grupo: 15 campistas y dos consejeros.
  • Dia más largo de Learn and Play para los niños de edad escolar de 8:00am a 3:00pm: Un programa de día más largo para niños de 5 a 10 años. Tamaño máximo del grupo: 15 campistas y dos consejeros.
  • Con el fin de mantener los grupos del programa separados, como lo requieren las pautas de la CDC, Marbles no puede proveer el cuidado de antes o después del horario escolar en este momento.

Sitio: 

Marbles Kids Museum, 201 E. Hargett St., Raleigh, NC 27601

As the landscape of learning evolves, Marbles is committed to serving you and your children throughout the 2020-2021 school year in new and creative ways. Our goal is to help support children’s educational needs during this challenging time while also delivering enriching play experiences, safe social interaction, and physical activity to nurture children’s overall health and well-being. Marbles is here to help.
Weekly Marbles Learn & Play programs will support students and families with:
  • An academic space for students to participate in live remote instruction (School Age Programs only)
  • Hands-on, play-based learning enrichment in activity rooms
  • Imaginative free play in museum exhibits
  • Daily outdoor active play
  • Marbles Learn & Play aligns with local, state, and CDC guidelines to provide a safe experience for participants and staff
  • Program Options:
  • AM Half-day Preschool Learn & Play, 8:00am-12:00pm: A half-day, play-based program for 3 & 4 year-olds. Max group size: 10 campers and 2 counselors.
  • AM Half-day School Age Learn & Play, 8:00am-12:00pm: A half-day, program for 5-10 year-olds. Max group size: 15 campers and 2 counselors.
  • Longer-day School Age Learn & Play, 8:00am-3:00pm: A longer-day program for 5-10 year-olds.  Max group size: 15 campers and 2 counselors.
  • In order to keep program groups separate, as required by CDC guidelines, Marbles is unable to provide before or after care at this time.

Location: Marbles Kids Museum, 201 E. Hargett St., Raleigh, NC 27601

Register: Click here for more information and to register.

Town of Holly Springs – Hunt Center CARE (Cultivating Academic support and Recreational Enrichment)

Centro de Cuidado Hunt de Holly Springs (Cultivando el apoyo académico y el enriquecimiento recreativo)

Holly Springs Parks and Recreation tiene como prioridad servir y apoyar a la comunidad.  Reconocemos que los cambios en el próximo año escolar y el cambio a la educación en línea crea una necesidad de cuidado de los niños fuera del horario escolar. ¡Nos complace anunciar la apertura del programa del Centro de Cuidado Hunt para Cultivar el Apoyo Académico y el Enriquecimiento Recreativo!

El Centro de Cuidado Hunt proveerá el cuidado de niños todo el día de 7:30am a 5:30pm para los estudiantes de grados K a 6. El programa CARE será atendido por especialistas del programa de parques y recreación de Holly Springs y consejeros capacitados en el cuidado de los niños de la edad escolar y en la provisión de asistencia durante el aprendizaje remoto. El Hunt Center CARE ofrecerá un entorno seguro y de apoyo para que los estudiantes participen en el aprendizaje remoto o en la academia virtual. Los estudiantes serán agrupados en clases pequeñas con espacio para apoyar el trabajo escolar virtual y permitir el distanciamiento. Habrá señal Wifi disponible. Se requiere que los estudiantes proporcionen sus propios laptops, audífonos y otros materiales escolares necesarios. Cuando se complete el aprendizaje remoto y el trabajo escolar, el personal del Hunt Center CARE proveerá un enriquecimiento recreativo para los estudiantes con el fin de mantenerlos involucrados incluyendo actividades como las artes, las manualidades y los juegos activos.

A medida que nuestra sociedad navega por la pandemia del COVID-19, entendemos que los horarios son inciertos y siempre cambiantes. Para proporcionar flexibilidad, ofreceremos una opción de inscripción diaria para permitir que los padres se registren para los días de servicio que mejor se ajustan a sus necesidades. ¿Sólo necesita servicios los lunes? Entonces sólo regístrese para los lunes. Además, si necesita servicios para toda la semana, regístrese para cada día y ¡el viernes es GRATUITO!

Sitio:

Hunt Recreation Center, 301 Stinson Avenue, Holly Springs, NC

Holly Springs Parks and Recreation takes priority in serving and supporting the community.  We recognize that changes to the upcoming school year and the shift to online education creates a need for out of school time care for children. We are excited to announce the opening of the Hunt Center CARE program, Cultivating Academic support and Recreational Enrichment!

Hunt Center CARE will provide full day child care from 7:30am to 5:30pm for students K-6. The CARE program will be staffed by Holly Springs Parks and Recreation Program Specialists and counselors trained in school age care and providing assistance during remote learning. Hunt Center CARE will offer a safe and supportive environment for students to participate in remote learning or virtual academy. Students will be grouped in small classes with space to support virtual schoolwork and allow for distancing. Wifi will be available. Students are required to provide their own devices, headphones and other necessary school supplies. When remote learning and school work are complete, Hunt Center CARE staff will provide recreational enrichment for students to keep them engaged including activities such as arts, crafts, and active games.

As our society navigates the COVID-19 pandemic, we understand that schedules are uncertain and everchanging. To provide flexibility, we will offer a daily registration option to allow for parents to register for the days that best fit your needs. Only need care on Mondays? Then only register for Mondays. Plus, if you need care for the full week, register for every day and Friday is FREE!

Location: Hunt Recreation Center, 301 Stinson Avenue, Holly Springs, NC

Register: Click here for more information and to register.

The Daniel Center for Math and Science

The Daniel Center for Math and Science does accept child care vouchers. Visit www.danielcenter.org for more information.

Location: 735 Rock Quarry Road, Raleigh, NC 27610

Registration: Click here or call (919) 828-6443 to register. 

» Other Remote Learning Programs

In addition to our FAST community partners, there are many other companies offering Remote Learning programs for Wake County families. Click on the programs below to learn more.

BounceU - Bounce & Learn Camp (Apex)

As the 2020-2021 school year begins, BounceU is committed to supporting the children and parents of our community during this challenging and unfamiliar time. In support of the FAST initiative, the Bounce & Learn program was created to provide childcare and learning assistance to our working families while ensuring kids stay active and social in a safe, secure environment. We also want to encourage STEM learning by introducing campers to a variety of Technology Projects.

Bounce & Learn Camp Program Highlights – For Grades K-8

  • Provides a quiet, academic space for students to participate in live remote instruction
  • Planned physical exercise activities – both structured and free play sessions
  • Interactive grade appropriate Technology projects and activities
  • Small group settings with a maximum of 12 children per 1 counselor
  • Both academic rooms and play arenas will be set up to allow social distancing
  • Strive to maintain small individual groups with no sharing of equipment
  • Enhanced sanitizing/cleaning procedures scheduled throughout the day
  • Affordable and flexible half day and full day scheduling options
  • Adheres to all CDC and NCDHHS Guidelines related to offering childcare services

Bounce & Learn Camp Scheduling and Pricing

Monday – Friday Single Day Entire Week
Half Day AM 8:00am-1:00pm $40 $150
Half Day PM 1:00pm-6:00pm $40 $150
Full Day 8:30am-4:00pm $50 $200

Camp Session Dates:

Camp Session 1: Aug 31-Sept 4 Camp Session 9: Oct 26-30
*Camp Session 2: Sept 8-11 Camp Session 10: Nov 2-6
Camp Session 3: Sept 14-18 Camp Session 11: Nov 9-13
Camp Session 4: Sept 21-25 Camp Session 12: Nov 16-20
Camp Session 5: Sept 28-Oct 2 *Camp Session 13: Nov 23-25
Camp Session 6: Oct 5-9 Camp Session 14: Nov 30-Dec 4
Camp Session 7: Oct 12-16 Camp Session 15: Dec 7-11
Camp Session 8: Oct 19-23 Camp Session 16: Dec 14-18

*3 or 4 day camp week

Advance registration required – Enroll here: www.bounceandlearn.com

Camp Requirements
Each camper will need to bring a mask, a laptop or tablet with charger, headphones, a snack (2 if attending full day), bag lunch, water bottle, socks and a completed safety waiver.

Health & Safety
Bounce & Learn Camp will be following the CDC and NCDHHS Guidelines relative to child care services and limiting the number of campers in each room in order to allow for proper social distancing and limited interaction between groups.

Additional Safety Measures

  • Curb side carpool style check-in / drop off – Parents to remain in cars
  • Daily Staff & Camper health screening questions and temperature checks prior to entering facility
  • All BounceU staff required to wear masks; campers under 11 encouraged to wear mask
  • Hand sanitizer stations in place and frequent hand washing
  • No sharing of school supplies or play equipment permitted

Bounce & Learn Restrictions
No camper permitted with symptoms of Covid-19 or prolonged contact with someone diagnosed with Covid-19. Campers who shows signs of illness or symptoms during the day must be picked up immediately.  Policies will be updated with any changes from CDC & NCDHHS.

Camp Pump It Up – Jump & Learn (Raleigh)

As the 2020-2021 school year begins, Pump It Up is here and committed to supporting the children and parents of our community during this challenging time. In support of the FAST initiative, the Camp Pump It Up Jump & Learn program was created to provide childcare and learning assistance to our working families while ensuring kids stay active and social in a safe, secure environment.

Pump It Up Jump & Learn Program Highlights – For Grades K-5

  • Provides a quiet, academic space for students to participate in live remote instruction
  • Planned physical exercise activities – both structured and free play sessions
  • Interactive grade appropriate art projects and activities
  • Small group settings with a maximum of 10 children per 1 counselor
  • Both academic rooms and play arenas will be set up to allow social distancing
  • Strive to maintain small individual groups with no sharing of equipment
  • Enhanced sanitizing/cleaning procedures scheduled throughout the day
  • Affordable and flexible half day and full day scheduling options
  • Adheres to all CDC and NCDHHS Guidelines related to offering childcare services

Camp Pump It Up Scheduling and Pricing

Monday – Friday Single Day Entire Week
Half Day AM 8:30am-12:30pm $25 $120
Half Day PM 12:00pm-4:00pm $25 $120
Full Day 8:30am-4:00pm $40 $150

Camp Session Dates:

Camp Session 1: Aug 31-Sept 4 Camp Session 10: Nov 2-6
Camp Session 2: Sept 8-11 Camp Session 11: Nov 9-13
Camp Session 3: Sept 14-18 Camp Session 12: Nov 16-20
Camp Session 4: Sept 21-25 Camp Session 13: Nov 23-25
Camp Session 5: Sept 28-Oct 2 Camp Session 14: Nov 30-Dec 4
Camp Session 6: Oct 5-9 Camp Session 15: Dec 7-11
Camp Session 7: Oct 12-16 Camp Session 16: Dec. 14-18
Camp Session 8: Oct 19-23 Camp Session 17: Dec. 21-23
Camp Session 9: Oct 26-30

Advance registration required – Enroll here: www.camppumpitup.com

Camp Requirements
Each camper will need to bring a mask, a laptop or tablet with charger, headphones, a snack (2 if attending full day), bag lunch, water bottle, socks and a completed safety waiver. Please ensure your child has school login credentials. Lunch may be purchased for $5 per day.

Health & Safety
Camp Pump It Up will be following the CDC and NCDHHS Guidelines relative to child care services and limiting the number of campers in each room in order to allow for proper social distancing and limited interaction between groups.

Additional Safety Measures

  • Curb side carpool style check-in / drop off – Parents to remain in cars
  • Daily Staff & Camper health screening questions and temperature checks prior to entering facility
  • All Pump It Up staff required to wear masks
  • Hand sanitizer stations in place and frequent hand washing
  • No sharing of school supplies or play equipment permitted

Camp Pump It Up Restrictions
No camper permitted with symptoms of Covid-19 or prolonged contact with someone diagnosed with Covid-19. Campers who shows signs of illness or symptoms during the day must be picked up immediately.

Science Fun For Everyone – Virtual School Support Science Camp (Cary)

About

Science Fun For Everyone has redesigned the Science Labs to create a place where your K – 6th grade children can go to participate in their virtual classes. The majority of the ScienceFun staff are degreed scientists and teachers. We will have the children in small groups, in quiet rooms for study and remote learning time. When online school/remote learning is completed (and during breaks), students will have time for enrichment activities, outside time, fun experiments, and free-play.

Virtual School Support

Wi-Fi will be provided to support video chats, streaming media and other online school demands. Your child should bring a device, headphones and any other school supplies they may need. We will work with each child’s individualized school schedule.  We ask for you to fill out our School Support/Schedule Form before you drop off your child. More information on this after sign-up.

Hours and Pricing

Weekly Options: Hours Cost
 Full-day weekly 9:00am – 4:00pm $299 per week
 Half-day AM weekly 9:00am -12:00pm $199 per week
 Half-day PM weekly 1:00pm – 4:00pm $199 per week
 B4-Care weekly 8:00am – 9:00am $30 per week
 After-Care weekly 4:00pm – 5:00pm $30 per week
 BOTH, B4 & After Care weekly 8:00 – 9:00 & 4:00 – 5:00pm $55 per week
Daily Options:  Hours Cost
 Full-Day, daily 9:00am – 4:00pm $69 per day
 Half-day AM daily 9:00am -12:00pm $39 per day
 Half-day PM daily 1:00pm – 4:00pm $39 per day
 B4-Care Daily 8:00am – 9:00am $6 per day
 After-Care Daily 4:00pm – 5:00pm $6 per day
BOTH, B4 & After-Care daily 8:00 – 9:00 & 4:00 – 5:00pm $11 per day

Location
All Week-long and Single Day  Camps are held at the ScienceFun Lab at:
Science Fun For Everyone!
111 James Jackson Ave # 107
Cary, NC 27513

  • Registration will begin September 9th

CLICK HERE for more information.

Get Involved

Join FAST

Together, we can do more to support Wake County familes. If your organization would like to provide space or materials to help expand existing FAST Remote Learning programs or host your own FAST Remote Learning program, please contact Kim Keith at Kim.Keith@ymcatriangle.org for more information.

Donate

Make a tax-deductible gift today. Every dollar you give ensures that all Wake County families have access to safe, affordable childcare for the 2020-2021 school year. Through our secure @Pay link, you can make a donation online using your credit or debit card. Additionally, check donations can be mailed to WakeEd Partnership.

 

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